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Miss. Lesley-Ann Smith

  • Job title: Senior Lecturer in Psychology (Mental Health)
  • Department: Psychology

Publications

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2017

  1. Smith, L.-A., Ryan, J. and Roe, C. A. (2017) A mixed-methodological analysis into Ayahuasca users from Western society; Parapsychological and transpersonal psychological perspectives. Poster presented to: 60th Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association, Athens, Greece, 20-23 July 2017.
  2. Poole, H., Sixsmith, J., Parkes, J., Ward, A., Pyer, M., Campbell, J., Machado, L., Rehling, T., Youell, J., Carter, J., Oyebode, J., O’Malley, M., Anthony, K., Rogers, S., Jones, J., Siddons, L., Smith, L.-A., Kay, T., Fraser, M., Score, J., El Khoury, L., Hameed, A., Albalbeisi, N., Durrant, L. G., Al-Zubaidi, R., Al-Rayahi, I., da Silva, K. and Taylor, J. (2017) Health and wellbeing amongst older people research in Northamptonshire. East Midlands Research into Ageing Network (EMRAN) Discussion Paper Series. 15, pp. 1-33. 2059-3341.
  3. Smith, L.-A., Ryan, J. and Evenden, R. (2017) Preliminary research data analysis of LSD consumption in Britain: a qualitative study. Invited Presentation presented to: 60th Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association, Athens, Greece, 20-23 July 2017.
  4. Dann, C. and Smith, L.-A. (2017) ‘Policing’ the female body: understanding how constructions of femininity are regulated via social practices. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society (BPS) Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference 2017, Windsor, Berkshire, 12-14 July 2017.
  5. Smith, L.-A., Ryan, J. and Evenden, R. (2017) “It’s like shrooms times a million, plus aliens”: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of experiential accounts from ayahuasca users in Britain. Invited Presentation presented to: 60th Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association, Athens, Greece, 20-23 July 2017.

2016

  1. Smith, L.-A., Ryan, J. and Evenden, R. (2016) Preliminary research data analysis of LSD consumption in Britain: a qualitative pilot study. Paper presented to: 20th Transpersonal Psychology Section Annual Conference: Spirituality, Psychology & Wellbeing: Transpersonal Psychology in Practice, Highgate House, Creaton, Northampton, 16-18 September 2016. Also presented at the Annual Psychology Division Staff Conference at The University of Northampton on 21 September 2016.

2015

  1. Smith, L.-A., Ryan, J., Roe, C. A. and Cooper, C. E. (2015) “It happens too frequently for me to be kind of coincidental”. A qualitative analysis of telephone telepathy experiences. Paper presented to: Joint Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Society (58th) and the Society for Psychical Research (39th) (PA-SPR 2015), University of Greenwich, London, 16-19 July 2015. (Unpublished)
  2. Ryan, J. and Smith, L.-A. (2015) “It’s like shrooms times a million, plus aliens”: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of experiential accounts from recreational Ayahuasca users. Invited Presentation presented to: 19th Annual Transpersonal Psychology Section Conference, Cober Hill, Scarborough, 18-20 September 2015. (Unpublished)
  3. Smith, L.-A. and Tucker, I. M. (2015) “Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know”: the pervasive socio-medical and spatial coding of mental health day centres. Emotion, Space and Society. 14, pp. 3-9. 1755-4586.
  4. Smith, L.-A., Reed, L., Hickinbotham, L., Cooper, C. E. and Evenden, R. (2015) “Oh yes, it has to be all neat and tidy down there”: exploring the everyday narratives of young women’s perceptions and practices around genital appearance and sexual identities. Paper presented to: LGBT/Sexualities Conference, Manchester, 15 May 2015. (Unpublished)
  5. Smith, L.-A., Reed, L., Hickinbotham, L., Cooper, C. E. and Evenden, R. (2015) “Well nobody wants to see a hairy fanny do they?”: exploring the everyday narratives of young women’s perceptions and practices around genital appearance and sexual identities. Paper presented to: Roles: A Gender and Sexuality Forum 5th Annual Conference, University of Birmingham, 21 May 2015. [Also presented at: 21st International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, 15-17 July 2015] (Unpublished)

2014

  1. Smith, L.-A. and Mitchell, G. (2014) Incorporating Ashoka U into Psychology teaching. Paper presented to: 6th International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC), The University of Northampton, 01-03 September 2014. (Unpublished)
  2. Tucker, I. M. and Smith, L.-A. (2014) Topography and mental distress: self-care in the life spaces of home. Journal of Health Psychology. 19(1), pp. 176-183. 1359-1053.

2012

  1. Smith, L.-A. (2012) 'Mad, bad and dangerous to know': exploring the everyday spaces of older, mental health service users. Doctoral thesis. The University of Northampton.

2011

  1. Callaghan, J., Tosh, J., Healicon, A., Burman, E. and Smith, L.-A. (2011) This post feminist moment? Theorising sex and sexual violence in an age of scepticism. Symposium presented to: 14th Biennial Conference of The International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP 2011), Thessaloniki, Greece, 27 June - 01 July 2011. (Unpublished)

2009

  1. Smith, L.-A. and Tucker, I. M. (2009) Fractured memoirs of a paranoid schizophrenic – one man’s autobiographical journey towards diagnostic embodiment. Paper presented to: Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual Conference, Manchester, 26-28 August 2009. (Unpublished)
  2. Smith, L.-A. (2009) Within these four walls: unfolding older mental health service users experiences within the home spatiality. Paper presented to: 14th Emerging New Researchers in the Geographies of Health and Impairment (ENRGHI) Conference, Durham University, 06-07 April 2009. (Unpublished)
  3. Smith, L.-A. (2009) ‘Mad, bad and dangerous to know’: the (re)productive mapping of psycho-pathological landscapes. Paper presented to: Mapping Dangerous Spaces, British Library, 01 June 2009. (Unpublished)
  4. Smith, L.-A. (2009) “The perfunctory vagina”: exploring the experiential discourses of sexuality and self-regulatory performances to invoke the appearance of ‘well-being’ with Karen, a mental health service user. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2009, Windsor, 15-17 July 2009. (Unpublished)

2008

  1. Smith, L.-A. (2008) ‘Mad, bad and dangerous to know’: the pervasive nature of socio-medical boundaries within mental health day centres. Paper presented to: 13th Emerging New Researchers in the Geographies of Health and Impairment (ENRGHI) Conference, St Andrews University, Scotland, June 2008. (Unpublished)
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